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Dream DRM Receiver

Dream is a software implementation of a Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) receiver. All you need to receive DRM transmissions is a PC with a sound card and a modified analog short-wave (MW, LW) receiver.

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Recent releases

  •  14 Aug 2009 13:43

    Release Notes: This release fixes a problem where user directories were being cleared when clearing the cache. It fixes time zone problems with EPG. It fixes a problem when EPG is the 4th service. Implementation of the ETSI Receiver Status and Control Interface (RSCI). Fully integrated ETSI compliant Journaline Decoding from Fraunhofer IIS. Decoding and display of AM Signaling System (AMSS) data. Support for mobile logging via an interface to gpsd. Support for building and running on OS X. Optional Support of libsndfile for reading different audio file formats.

    •  18 Feb 2007 11:13

      Release Notes: A lot of changes were made since version 1.2.4. Particularly, Broadcast Web Site decoding capabilities and improved MDI support were added.

      •  18 Jun 2005 00:12

        Release Notes: This version delivers a huge list of fixes and improvements. The most noticeable are the waterfall display for input spectrum, faster resync, a resize windows fix for Linux, lower CPU utilization under Windows, and many more.

        •  11 Apr 2005 17:29

          Release Notes: Many changes have taken place in the AM demodulation with a separate main window for AM, noise reduction, PLL and CW demodulation, and a changed AM bandpass filter. A SNR spectrum plot has been implemented in DRM mode, which provides information used to improve reception under interference situations. History plots were added for SNR/Audio, Delay/Doppler, and Frequency/Sample Rate.

          •  29 Oct 2004 22:39

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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